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Sometimes I think I can see you

Cineastas: Setting the Stage for Film – A Curatorial Statement by Norman Armour

December 28, 2014

This one is for the love of it. It’s for the love of film, the love of sophisticated, touching and wildly inventive writing. It’s for the love of cinema and for the love of an […]

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Apply to Theatre Replacement’s New Aesthetics Performance Intensive 2014

February 21, 2014

From the PuSh Festival’s colleagues and long-time collaborators, Theatre Replacement, a blog entry about their popular New Aesthetics Performance Intensive. The deadline to apply for the 2014 intensive is March 1 and will be taught […]

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Adrienne Wong on Sometimes I think, I can see you

January 31, 2013

Pity the surveillance camera. Its unblinking fixed gaze. Objective. The endless observations, each equally weighted. As a writer for Mariano Penzotti’s Sometimes I Think I Can See You, I’m tasked to be the surveillance camera’s […]

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Sometimes I think I can draw you

January 28, 2013

This is a drawing of Anakana Schofield by Erin Keaskin who was watching/ reading Sometimes I think I can see you at the Vancouver Art Gallery yesterday. Have you visited the show yet? Created by Mariano Pensotti […]

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